42 comments

  1. Kristal was saying, "The reason you do that…you add silver, copper, and a little bit of black…." when Katie interrupted. I'd love to know the rest of that sentence.

  2. i agree with mokey, i like the video but i found it very rude of her rushing her and the "uhhuh" were like rudely over talking her.

  3. Than You For the video, i found a good price for the straws… and i will share what i make later… ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Please, please please. Stop saying uh-huh all the time. You don't have to acknowledge every word she says? Has no one from the production team mentioned it?

  5. Wonderful tutorial i sew a lot and have lots of scraps left even from quilting and just recently started beading im x cited to try thnx

  6. can anyone help with the foiling treatment Krystal did on this video. I can't find anything to use on fabric.

  7. I need to try this. Looks so easy. I love that you don't have to color them…just pick out right fabric! Thanks so much.

  8. That's so cool! I was thinking that the bead would fall apart because it's fabric and it's flimsy by the straw thing is a fantastic idea!!! Katie… Mmmhhhmm mmmhhhmm. Mmmhhhmm! Lol

  9. Thanks so much for your lovely comment girlfrompanemauai! My life's purpose is to inspire others no matter their situations and it's a bumpy path for sure, but totally worth the journey! Best of luck to your little granddaughter hero!

  10. Thank you so much for the video! It is great that you have not let the problem with your hand, stop you from doing what you wanted to do. My granddaughter was born with a defective right leg in 2010; she has gone through surgery, prosthesis, and a lot of suffering, but she is now walking, talking, and alwaya happy. She's our little hero! I think you are a hero to the crafts community; you show that you can work with what you have, and create beautiful things. God bless you!

  11. Kristal was born with one hand and she has never let it it stop her from doing anything she wants to do. We love having her on the show because her attitude with jewelry making is, if she can do it, anyone can do it.

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